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ST, JOHNS HERALD.
EDITOE IEAMER ilKG. SATURDAY, MAR. 31. A Tempo bicycle repair sfiop ad Tertiseff 'Tree wind." Catlle buyers are finding cattle gfcarco in Kew Mexico. Hales are by no means plentiful in some of tbo southern Btatos. Tire supreme court of the lerrito- ... - l Til -ry WXS iu eS31 on ST jtuusui.. mis irtok. The firm of D. Applet n & Co., general publishers of New York, fnts&o an assignment last week. Col. William Jennings Bryan "Hl visa Arizona iu tiro neat fut ure. "DroBabTvabout Apri And now the Shamrock may grow undisturbed on Irish s.oil, but tho Boers' tfuntf continue to feeop- company with the Bibles. W - Plenty of heavy rains fell in dif ferent parts of Arizona last week, fiotably in Pima, Navajo, Maricopa, Yavapai and Cochise countiefc. Carnegio and Prick have mend ed their wdys, stopped quarrelling and have organized a now steel combms with two hundred and sixty millions capital. Five convicts tried to make their escape fro of tho penitentiary last -week,' but were unsuccessful. A gang of twenty one convicts were forking on an excavation in Yuma. At tour o'clock, according to the Efentinel, five men made a dasft for liberty. But within fifteen min utes air were rocaptured, one being Mortally wounded. m T h Ve very much regret that the Arizona Graphic deemed it neces sary) or found it necessary, to atop publication. Its bright pages made it cheerjYalcomo visitor wher ever it went. Its place in Arizona Journalism, sol f -appointed, was a m'osf difficult one, though highly Essential -to tho growth of our ter- fcnother Grapiiig. r The department of Agriculture has just issued a pamphlet entitled The Apple and How to Grow It." $ho author is G. B. Brackett, po fRlologisf; of the Department, who has 'devoted' much study to tho Subject It is intended to bo of value to small fruit groweis, and is full of useful advice. Copies can b obtained through members of vongress. m-imr Over in California they havo as sessors that bolievo railroad should pay taxes. Caisof private and outside corporations have been seized on tho Talloy road and af ter making a big bluff tho taxes "tirore paid by tho railroad. Some fimo in the future railroads in Ari zona will run up against a similar proposition. Mohave Minor. The belief is steadily growing that this will bo '-run up against" fn Apacho county next tax gather ing tinie. A Thousand Tongiies Could not express the rapture of An me E. Springer, of 1125" Howard at., Philadelphia, Pa., when she found that iJr.King'sNew Discover;? for ConsUmp tion had completely cured her of a Backing cough that for many years had made life a burden. All other remedies and doctors could give her no-help, but She says of tins Royal Cure "it sooti' removed the pain in my chest and-1 Can -now sleep soundly, something I can scarcely remember doing before. I feel like sounding its praise throughout the Universe." So will every one who tries Dr. King's ftew Discovery for any trou ble of tho Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 50c. and 5 1.00. Trial bottles free at St. Johns Drug Co;-" every bottle garanteecT. 4 m Talct&gr the Ohuicei. tfoen in doubt as to whether to go on! I or to go back tliink of that, and of the j Zulu saying: "If we go forward we ! die if we go backward we die;- better go forward and die" It is also-like a game of footbalL You are selected as a forward player.- Play the garrie; play fliat your side ma'y win. Don't think" j Of your own glorification, or your own Tisks your side are backing you up. Play up and make the best of every cnance you' get.- Football is a good game, but' better than it, better than ; anyothergame.istkatof man-hunting, ,But, like all other gaines, it is no use your going in fdf it without nrevious training, and I hope that what I have ! or of any such post cheeky by in said above may be of some use in help- j sorting the name of 3 payee and ing you to take a distinguished part , - in the best sport In the world, namely, fing a postage Stamp, may for- scouting. "Aids to Setmtine-" bv CoK Saden-Powellj The House .Committee on Militia today directed a favorable report on tho bill of representative ilarsh of Illinois, increasing, the appro priation for the National Guard and Militia af tho country from $400,000 to two millions. Th 'Senate Co mmftiee" on TBEfrids' and Mining has favorably reported a bill permitting citizens of the XT. S., bona fide residents of Califor nia, Oregon and "Washington to fell and remove for building, agri cultural, mining and other purpos es, timber growing or being upon the mineral lands of the U. S. in those states. "On dor ajjjecent ruling by the XL S. land office, in all selections of ansurveyed lands, under the act of June 4, 1897, notice of tho solection of a tract of land must bo givon for ar period- of 30 days by posting upon the land and'in the local land office and by application at the cost of the applicant in anewsjjapor desig nated by the register asr of general circulation in the vicinity of tho land and published nearest thereto. Stockman. This bosh about women not hav ing yet learned the art of oratory but still having to glue their eyes to the manuscript while proclaim ing the "new woman's gospel" is calculated to decoive hini who nev er in all his life heard Mary Holen or Mrs. Catt; but to an old timer who has hoard woman speak by the hour without a single written note, or even a stated subject, and hit the bull's eye every shot, too, such assertions seem to be rank, ridicu lous heresies. Undeterred by previous failures of similar bills, representative Bou tello of Illinois has introduced & bill providing that, beginning with tho first day of July, throo per cent of the salary of every employee in the classified civil service of the government shall be withheld from the monthly pay, and deposited in tho treasury to the credit of the civil-service retirement fund. The money so deposited is to constitute a fund to be known as the Civil Service Retirement Fund, and bo held in trust by the secretary of tho treasury to bo expended for the retirement of tho employees- Mr. Foss of Illinois who succeed ed to tho chairmanship of tho Na val Affairs Committoe, owing rto the illness of Mr. Boutelle of Me., has prepared tho biggest naval ajr. propriation bill ever offored' to the House.- Its total is about $18,000, 000 in excess of tho highest pre vious record. It provides for two 14.000-ton battleships atacostof 33,600,000 each, exclusive of armor and Armament; throe swift cruisers to Cost 34,000,000 each, three twenty-two-knot unarmored cruise to cost $r,140,000 each and 12,000,000 to continue tho construction of ves sels already begun. Two new dry docks at Brooklyn and Norfolk aro provided for, as large as any-in the world,-and anew building for the naval academy, to cost $2,000000. The report of Governor-Grenoral Davis of Puerto Uico shows that about ono eighth of tho island is under cultivation, the remainder being largely mountainous and not capable of raising crops without hoavy preliminary expenditures Of the 300,000 acres now cultivat ed, 122,000 are devoted to coffee 61,000 to sugar, and 4,200 to tobac co. The fruit interest is backward. Oranges, bananas, pineapple and limes might be grown for export, but aro cultivated only for the do mestic demand. In governor I& visr opinion, Puerto Rico must look to sugar; tobacco and coffee for exports in the immediate future. Tho maximum of sugar exports in 1899 was 170,000 tons, atiroly not enough to bo dangorous to tho su gar planters in the TJuited States. Bills have" been introduced in both Houses designed to afford an easy and inexpensive means of transmitting money by mail. -They provide that all United Slates and' not;0l. uau cattfs, and treasury notes of $, $2 nni) O A AViAiVi'inaittin eKnl I Via vn- , . u i Placed Dv nevr notes to be known a "United States post check" notes. Fifty millions in United States notes of'detioninationb above $10 Shall b'e replaced with a like a mount of factional post check i notes from &to 50 cents.- Tfoo hold- ward tne same dv mau to ine gos ignated payee and it is redeemable Dyspepsia? immediate at the post office nanied. fTHe checks are then to be canceiFed'&nd new checks issuod. J " A large delegation of Illinois business men aro in Washington to ask eongtfess to appropriate for a plan which is of transcendent in terest to the entire country, being nothing less than tbe extension of tne Chicago drainage canal so as to provide a ship waterway from the Great Lakes-to the Gulf of Mexico. Tbe party will remain here several weeks and wilt present a-memorial setting forth thcondition of tho sanitary canal and of tho Illinois iiiver valley, and petitions from ev ery town in the valley requesting congress to take up the plan and dig- a channel 14 feet deep and 300 feet wide from Lockport to the Mississippi JRiver. The memorial presents many arguments in sup port of the proposition, saying that besides conferring inestimablo ben efits upon conHirercor it would ena ble the government' to place gun boats on the lakes for tne immense marine interests there.- The' cost of tbe canal is estimated at 25j000, 000. A large audience gathered in Assembly Hall to witness the clos-i'ng-exercises of the public school, 10 A. MM last Wednesday. The program was interesting, and com prised both literary and' musical numbers, well rendered and pleas ing. Ail the departments of the school were represented. The Exposition of Students' Work in all the rooms exhibited a marked degree of excellence in the work. A large number of patronB and friends examined the display, and were well satisfied with the ev idences of progress of the pupils under the efficient tutelage of Prin. Peterson, Mr, Brown and Mrs. Freeman- REST, NOBLE YOUTHS. Dead ! when coupled with the name of one we love brings keen est anguish to our souls. That comes to all of us some time; each soul in its own peculiar way feels the burden, varied and heightened by connected circumstances. Mur dered 1 brings anguish with leaden darkness to settle down upon our grief-stricken hearts.- Murdered and mutilated I brings the acme of fiend-wrought anguish upon the souls of men. Our town is overwhelmed with sadness and two homes are burst ing full of grief. Two noble, man ly youths have fallen, victims of fiends in human shape. Messrs Frank T.' Lesueur and August A. Gibbons, while obeying the call of duty to assist in preserving the peace and dignity of government,- were ruthlessly shot down from ambush. With fiendish delight, it appears plainly from indications in the lone canon where the awful tradegy occurred, the murderers, not content with taking life, must mutilate in horrible manner the bodies of their victims. F. T. Lesueur was the son of Mr.- and Mrs. John T. Lesueur, a most estimable familv of this town. The son was a- noble, manly youth of twenty, full of good parts, coura geous and esteemed by all who knew him. A. A. Gibbons was the son of Mr. and Mrs, Wm. H. Gibbons, a highly respected family of our town,- in last November he return ed from a two years' successful mission work in England. His age was twenty five. He was true and brave ; and his young wife in her inexpressible sorrow has the sympathy of his hosts of friends. The Herald offers its fullest sym pathy to the bereaved families, and joins their hosts' of friends in extending condolences to tire sad ly stricken, knowing that it matters not how full or how sincere that sympathy may be it is but puny in' its efforts of assuaging grief so great and all-pervading. THE BEST should be your aim When' buying- medicine. Get Hood's Sarsaparilla ana jjaye . the best medicine MONEY CAN BUY, TRY ,t nfftti Tfce Idea! Trend Tonfc FOR BODY AND BRAIN Since $63, Sudors &d by Medical Faculty lasting efficaeioua agreeable REPUBLICAN TERRITO RIAL CONVENTION. TUCSON, ARIZ., Mar. 26, 1900. Tbe republicans' of the Territory of Arizona afViiereby -called to meet in delegate convention, in the City of Phoenix, on MONDAY, APRIL 30th, 1900 at 10 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of electing six delegates and six alternates to attend and represent said territory at the National Republican Conven tion, to be held m the City of Philadei phte, otr June 19th, 1900 and for the transaction of such other business as may properly cotae before aai'd conven ; tion. The basis' of representation of the several counties in taicT convention will be one delegate for every 50 votes cast at tbe last general election for Alex O. Brodle, for delegate to congress and one additional delegate for each fraction orer 25. Such delegates shall be chosen, not less than three days be fore the assembling of said Territorial Convention, either by primary lection or rn-Miih other manner as the County Republican Central committees of the' respective countfes may determine. Upon the foregoing basis, the appor tionment will be as follows: Brodle No. Vote. Dileg. Apache county ........264 6 Coconino " 464 9 Cochise " . 648 13 Gila . " 383 8 Graham " ....521 10 Maricopa " ............1.743 35 Mohave " v. 168 3 Navajo " i ...... -.33? 7 Pima " 641 13 Pinal " .273 6 Santa Cms" ...193 4 Yavapai " ..v. 1,404 28 Yuma " 343 7 Total number of dolegates,.-. 147 By order of the committettV Cixas.R. Drake, J . K-nox Corfott, Chairman . Secretary, territorial Republican Central Committee. REPUBLICAN G0UNTY CONVENTION 5ursnant to a Call issued by the Re publican Territorial Executive Com mittee, a Territorial Convention will meet in thecity of Phoenix at 10 o'clock A. M., April 30, 1900. for the Purpose of electing six delegates and sis alternate to-attend and represent theTerntory of Arizona at the Natibri'il- Republican Convention jn'.the city of Pdiladelphia on June 19, 1900; and for the transac tion of8uch other business as may properly come before the Convention. In pursuance of said call, a Republican County Convention is hereby called to be held in the town of St. Johns on Saturday, April 21st, 1900, at 10 o'clock A for the purpose of electing dele gates to represent Apache county iff the Territorial Convontisn, The appointment of delegates to1 the County Convention will be made upon the vote cast for Col. A. O. Brodlo, Re publican candidate for Delegate to Corigress at the last general election, and upon a basis of one delegate for each twenty five votes, or fraction thereof, cast, which will give tbe fol lowing representation to the several precincts, to wit: Alpine, 1 vote. Concho,.. 3 " Cieaegay... 1 " Eagar...... 1 " El rule,. 2' " Greer,... K 1 " Navajo; I " Nutrioso .....i....l " Salt Lakes .-..-.-1 "' Springerville 3 8t. Johns, ...... v 3 " Vernon,. ...... 1 " z ' Total,. .:.v .... ifr " Primary elections will be held fn the different precincts above named on Saturday, April 14th. 1900, to elect del egates to the Republican County Con vention. Each delegate must be provided with' the proper credentials signed by the Chairman and the Secretary of the primary at which he was elected, to In sure hkn a seat in the Convention1.' Proxies' properly executed by a dele gate regularly elected, will be recognized-. By order of the Apache Geunty Re publican Executive Committee. 'J'. L. Hubbell, John T. Hbgue, Chainnsn. Secretary. : B-g""i' Tne territorial press speaks very highly ofCofc -MbCord's work in Washington, in behalf of statehood. It is conceded, bowevor, that the territory will have to wait some time yet for statehood. John Av Norton, the champion potrr'.o raiser, called in to aee us Friday morning. "Joiie? is very superstitious.'1 "Why do you think so?" "He owes me $13 and won't pay iti" N. O. Times-Dem PROFESSfONAL- CARDS. DR. H. REEVE JOHNSON, GOKZAXES BOILDINQ. St. JoHits, Arizona. ALFRED RUIZr ATTOENEY AT LAW, DISTRICT ATTOR ney of Apache county. Office, in tae Court Honse, St. Johns, Arizona. Law Offices of LOGAN, DEMOND & HAEBY, 27 William Street, New York. Walter S. Logan, Charles M. Demond, Marx E. Harby, Norton Chase, Fred C. Hanford. Represented in Arizona by Hon, Nor ton Chase. Adams Hotel, Phoenix. CITY Blacksmith Shop MARiaUS CIlftfSTENSErt. HORSE-SHOEING Wagoa Rnpairisaar. And GENERAL BLACKRMITHING, deas promptly and in a workmanlike maaner. I will giro Special Attention to ranch worir. SH &y shop ia located about tne handu ards directly north froaaC. i&.&M. I. 81. JkHs. - At-lxeaat Holbrook, St. Johns and $pfing8fill& express. DAVID K. UDALL, Proprietor. TIME TABUS. Leave Holbrook daily 9:30 a. si. ' Woodruff " 12.60 at; Arrive Station " 7:0 f. m 2tRYe Station " . .-. 7:15 p. m " Coneho u 9:15 p. m " St Johna " 12:00 night Af. Springerrille " 8,38 . m. Lare " " 4:60 p. m. St. lohna 12:00 nigkt Concho 4:00 a. m. " Station :30 a. ro. Arrive Woodruff 1:00 p. a. LtHTe " . 1:30 p.m. Arrive Holbrook ' 3:0 p. id. PASSENGER ARE. Holbrook to Woodruff. 11 ' Concko f &f " St. Johai 6 W ,f Sprlngervllle 8 CO ROUND TRIP. Holbrook to Woodruff and return 1 50 " Concho 41 ' a 00 St.Johha 19 CO SprinjerTille .14 to STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES allowed at any roiat on the line Fifty pound.8 of baggage carried free for each full passenger. 6000 MEALS AND ACCOMMO- DATIQNS "Wished at the itation and Woodruff. FIRST-CLASS CONVEYANCES, good tearaar, careful and accommodating' driv ers. EXPRESS CARRIED to all points along the line at low rates. For full particulars inquire of any of our ageuts or postmasters along the line. JT. R.r Hulctf, Agent. 21 1 tiroolf , Ariz.- Exoeils Real Diamonds are no better for all purposes than the Genuine Dkfflonds 1 We aro the sole agents In tti Tnited Btates for these marvellous eeml-precloua; stones, which are the nearest approach to Genuine Diamonds ever discovered. For th9 purpose of introducing them qulceiy to tta public we will forward either RING, PIN, STUD, EARRINGS (Screws or Drops), at &t CVARAftfTEE- These stones are guaranteed to re tain their lustre forever; the mount ings are heavy rolled plate, and are warranted for five years. EACH Earrings Are $2 Per Pair. SPECIAL CAUTION : . Do not confound Genuine Barrios Dia monds with so-called fihlnestones, White Topaz, or other imitation stones, regardless of what the name may be. Genuine Barrios Diamonds have no artificial hacking, are equal to real diamonds as to looks ana wear, and will cut glass. This offer will last only a short time longer, and is subject to with drawal without notice. MAIL ORDERS. A Beautiful. Brilliant. Genuine Barrio Diamond, mounted m a heavy ring, pin or stud, will be sent to any address on receip of One Dollar. In ordering give full direc tions and state whether small, medium or large stone Is desired. . , CATLLE SEYGARD, the Prima Donna of the Walter Damrosch Opera Co., writes "RjirfinnfTTiniids.ire lustrous and full O' Are. They are magnificent substitutes for genuine dtomonds for stage fiurpose-V CAMILO: SBYGARD. Mosey proraptfy refunded if goods are nt tut represented. Beware of Imitators. Adding ar.all Ordrs to THE POMONA COMPANY 1131 Broadway, Kcw York, IV. Y. Mention St. Jbns Herald. $ioo DON'T EAT But Go To The CITY Meat Market, Hibe9t Casl Price Wr Hides. Nice Fresii Beef, ISAAC BARTH, GENERAL MERCHANDISE A LaTge and Complete Line p$ Groceries, LADIES' and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also MONARCH SALOON J. R. Armijo, Proprietor.- - " Fine Wines, Liqu6rs,- Oiftai3 Et Cetera. 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